If you’ve recently acquired a property and you’re looking to become a commercial landlord, you may be wondering what insurance you should require your tenants to carry.
As a commercial real estate owner, you are likely familiar with the process of filling out a personal financial statement (PFS).
Common area maintenance charges (usually abbreviated to CAM) are often a part of a commercial lease.
Establishing and maintaining good working relationships with your commercial tenants is important to your long-term success as an owner/landlord.
Whether you are looking to find and acquire a new property, you are considering an investment, or you need to finance a property that you already own, when it is stabilized will be a question.
With the current toll on the global economy, a widespread recession seems inevitable at this point. With that comes the immediate need to cut costs.
For many commercial real estate companies, it’s a smart move to bring in outside capital. It’s a great way to accelerate company growth! With this comes, managing real estate investors.
If real estate businesses don’t automate, they’re going to fall behind. Now more than ever teams must streamline. Automation is one way to do that.
As owners/landlords, we’ve all been holding our breath a bit for the start of April 2020 and rent collection. But, it is not just us. Lending institutions all over the country are waiting as well.
The real estate business is among the best ways to build wealth.